July 20, 2014

Hazard-Prevention Aid by County

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The hazard-mitigation grants approved by FEMA through early June as a result of Disaster 4117 will be spent in 14 counties. All but four counties are outside the declared disaster area. The program is designed to reduce long-term risk to people and property.

CountyApproved ProjectsProject CostFederal Share
Totals21$4,704,008 $3,528,006
Comanche1$122,948$92,211
Craig*1$9,159$6,869
Custer3$92,680$69,510
Kay1$21,340$16,005
Le Flore*2$93,054$69,791
Marshall2$79,664$59,748
McClain2$507,548$380,661
Oklahoma*1$1,344,002$1,008,002
Ottawa*1$76,705$57,529
Payne3$2,058,016$1,543,512
Pontotoc1$57,208$42,906
Sequoyah1$113,596$85,197
Tulsa1$62,604$46,953
Washington1$65,484$49,113

* Part of the declared Disaster 4117 area.
Note: The Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management receives $409,702, bringing the federal share to $3,937,708.
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